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Published on Mar 5, 2017

La poesía del arte! El artista turco Garyp Ay recrea, aquí, la célebre pintura “La noche estrellada” del artista holandés Vincent Van Gogh.
El tema musical “Starry, starry night” fue escrito y cantado por el cantautor estadounidense Don McLean como un homenaje al famoso genio de la pintura holandés.

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The poetry of the art! The Turkish artist Garyp Oh recreates, here, the famous painting “The starred night” of the Dutch artist Vincent Van Gogh.
The musical topic “Starry, starry night” was written and sung by the American singer-songwriter Don McLean like a homage to the famous Dutch genius of the painting.

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“Vincent” by Don McLean (iTunes)

Published on Apr 5, 2017

Also see https://batgap.com/culadasa-john-yates/

Culadasa (John Yates, Ph.D.) is the director of Dharma Treasure Buddhist Sangha in Tucson, Arizona and author of The Mind Illuminated: A Complete Meditation Guide Integrating Buddhist Wisdom and Brain Science for Greater Mindfulness. A meditation master with over four decades of experience in the Tibetan and Theravadin Buddhist traditions, Culadasa also taught physiology and neuroscience for many years. He combines the original teachings of the Buddha with an emerging, scientific understanding of the mind to give students a rich and rare opportunity for rapid progress and profound insight.

Written by internationally revered clairvoyant counselor and educator Ellen Tadd, The Infinite View is a spiritual classic in the making.

People often lean towards either trusting their gut or relying on their analytical mind, but Tadd urges readers to consider a new approach that allows both emotions and the intellect to be guided by wisdom. Through describing how the Spirit, soul, and personality are integrated, she guides readers in deepening and expanding their perceptions to discover practical solutions to everyday challenges.

According to Tadd, Spirit is the God Force that animates and empowers us and suffuses everyone and everything. But while Spirit is conscious and communicative, we haven’t been taught to look for or listen to it. In fact, most of us have been conditioned not to look or listen. When we choopse to attune our conscious mind with Spirit, we find ourselves able to engage life with greater clarity—even when it tests us through illness, death, loneliness, anxiety, or fear.

The Infinite View offers tools and insights needed to achieve this attunement. Drawing on her personal narrative, as well as the experiences of her students, Tadd helps readers transform their understanding of themselves and the world around them.

Ellen Tadd is an internationally known clairvoyant counselor and educator who has been teaching and counseling for more than forty years. She is widely respected for the integrity of her work, the accuracy of her perceptions and guidance, and the clarity and usefulness of her teaching. Tadd has lectured across the country at colleges, universities, hospitals, and community groups. Tadd is the author of two other books, The Wisdom of the Chakras and Death and Letting Go, which appeared on the Boston Globe bestseller list.

The Infinite View: A Guidebook for Life on Earth with Ellen Tadd

Published on Mar 22, 2017

Source:
https://www.spreaker.com/user/omtimes…

Aired Wednesday, 22 March 2017, 2:00 PM ET

The Infinite View: A Guidebook for Life on Earth with Ellen Tadd

Today’s Star is Ellen Tadd

When we choose to attune our conscious mind with Spirit, we find ourselves able to engage life with greater clarity, and in The Infinite View, Ellen offers tools and insights needed to achieve this attunement.

About the Guest: Ellen Tadd

Ellen Tadd is an internationally known clairvoyant counselor and educator who has been teaching and counseling for more than forty years. She is widely respected for the integrity of her work, the accuracy of her perceptions and guidance, and the clarity and usefulness of her teaching. Tadd has lectured across the country at colleges, universities, hospitals, and community groups. Tadd is the author of three books: The Wisdom of the Chakras, Death and Letting Go which made the Boston Globe bestseller list, and her latest – The Infinite View.

Website: http://ellentadd.com/

A conversation about the essential meaning of Prayer and Meditation. 


Published on Feb 9, 2017

http://adyashanti.org – Adyashanti introduces the online study course that he will be doing March 2017 called, “Fierce Love: Being a Sane and Benevolent Presence in a World of Confusion.” The emphasis of this course will be on being a loving presence in the world of relationship, work, and all of the various commitments that you have. How can you bring more love and compassion into every element of your life, and let loving action guide and inform your every move in the world? How can you be a more benevolent presence to life itself and all those people whom you cherish and love? Adyashanti invites you to join him for this 4-week commitment to put love into action.

FIERCE LOVE


Published on Dec 29, 2016

Jannecke Øinæs from Norway interviews Sri Mooji as he speaks about the most important discovery that can be made in the human kingdom and the spontaneous integration of knowledge that comes with falling in love with the Self.

“The ego is actually the fiction of our self. The fact is your inmost being.”
~ Mooji

Jannecke Øinæs’ website is http://wisdomfromnorth.com


Published on Jan 6, 2017

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Published on Dec 4, 2016

Where the Two Seas Meet: Final Talks: Sufism and the West
with Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee

Separation and Union

This talk explores the central Sufi theme of the journey from separation to union, and the longing of the heart that draws the wayfarer Home. This journey begins with the pain of separation—the lover separate from the Beloved—and finally reveals the secret of divine union, that the lover and Beloved were always united, are always one.


Spiritual Teachings of the Avatar speaks to anyone concerned with the sustainability of Mother Earth, the role of elders in our society, the seemingly unconsciousness of science and corporations, and the subtleties of unseen realities, resulting in spiritual growth, a deeper relationship with nature, and a better world for all. An avatar is a manifestation of the Supreme Being—usually in human form—that descends from the transcendental realm to Earth to heal the planet and restore peace and harmony by eliminating the harmful souls that prey on Mother Earth. In Spiritual Teachings of the Avatar, Vedic expert and teacher Jeffrey Armstrong explains the ancient Indian wisdoms embodied in the word “avatar,” and that behind the notion of avatar is a view that sees the sacredness of all life and the soul of all beings as eternal—meant for freedom and made of divine essence.

Jeffrey Armstrong (Dec 1947- ) Born in Detroit and currently living in Vancouver BC. I spend most of my time teaching the Philosophy and Lifestyle of Yoga in Canada, USA,UK, Europe and India. My passion is writing mystical poetry – go to my site and I’ll read you some!

I’m currently working on a new translation of the Bhagavad-gita and hope to have it out early 2015 – thanks for all your kind emails. http://www.JeffreyArmstrong.com

Spiritual Teachings of the Avatar speaks to anyone concerned with the sustainability of Mother Earth, the role of elders in our society, the seemingly unconsciousness of science and corporations, and the subtleties of unseen realities, resulting in spiritual growth, a deeper relationship with nature, and a better world for all. An avatar is a manifestation of the Supreme Being—usually in human form—that descends from the transcendental realm to Earth to heal the planet and restore peace and harmony by eliminating the harmful souls that prey on Mother Earth. In Spiritual Teachings of the Avatar, Vedic expert and teacher Jeffrey Armstrong explains the ancient Indian wisdoms embodied in the word “avatar,” and that behind the notion of avatar is a view that sees the sacredness of all life and the soul of all beings as eternal—meant for freedom and made of divine essence.

Jeffrey Armstrong is a visionary, spiritual teacher, and the founder of the Vedic Academy of Sciences & Arts. As a charismatic guest speaker, lecturer, or speaking on his award-winning book, God the Astrologer, he is a sought after guest on television and talk radio. Jeffrey has earned degrees in psychology, English literature, history and comparative religions. He studied Sanskrit from a Banares Pundit at the University of Hawaii. He has a vast knowledge of Ayurveda, Jyotisha, and many of the related historical Vedic texts. In 1986, Jeffrey began a career as a motivational speaker and high tech corporate humorist. For the past eleven years he has delivered a series of talks that integrate the timeless wisdom of Eastern philosophy into clear, modern language that inspires today’s corporations and executives.

Mantra Of Avalokiteshvara | Medicine Buddha Mantra, Mantra Of Avalokiteshvara, Mantra of Avalokiteshvara Tibetan..
Mantra Of Avalokiteshvara Lyrics:
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Namo Ratna Trayaya,
Namo Arya Jnana
Sagara, Vairochana,
Byuhara Jara Tathagataya,
Arahate, Samyaksam Buddhaya,
Namo Sarwa Tathagate Bhyay,
Arhata Bhyah,
Samyaksam Buddhe Bhyah,
Namo Arya Avalokite
shoraya Bodhisattvaya,
Maha Sattvaya,
Maha Karunikaya,
Tadyata, Om Dara Dara,
Diri Diri, Duru Duru
Itte We, Itte Chale Chale,
Purachale Purachale,
Kusume Kusuma Wa Re,
Ili Milli, Chiti Jvalam, Apanaye Shoha.


Published on Oct 21, 2016

Adyashanti is a spiritual teacher with a Zen Buddhist background. In this video he – as always – takes a down-to-earth approach to explaining spiritual awakening / enlightenment. It all comes down to seeing reality just as it is, without using our mind as a filter.


The basic rule is to ‘be here now…

The rule is to start from exactly where we are at this moment. The rule is to be able to say about oneself and the universe with all of it’s horror, with all of its beauty, with all of its imperfections, Kali and all her manifestations, “It is all right. It’s all OK.”

Murder, rape, overpopulation, pollution, riots, fascist doctrine, suppression of other human beings, starvation, birth, death, spring, and fall, and winter, it’s all right?

….Yes, it’s all right.

That I am this imperfect, impure being who’s got all these desires, and all these neuroses, and all these frustrations, and this is just the way it’s supposed to be? Aren’t I supposed to work for something? Aren’t I supposed to keep a model in my head of what is pure and right, what is good and how it should be, how my body, my thoughts, how the world, how people should be?

Every one of those models you keep in your head keeps it all from happening.

Water, when it floats downstream, when it goes downstream, doesn’t have a model of what it’s doing. It’s just being water, and water floats downstream, because that’s how water works. The thing that is extraordinarily hard for any of us to truly realize and to have sufficient faith to accept, is that if you stop having views, having models, planning, desiring, organizing, and structuring it’s all right.

You don’t stop your desires as long as you stay in a human body. You break the identification with them.
Thats all thats required.

It isn’t necessary to give up a thing. It’s necessary to give up attachment to the thing. That’s all that’s required.

Source: Ram Dass

There are two kinds of mind. One is an open mind. Another is a closed mind…A closed mind is that which says, “This is how it is. I know it. That is it.” It gets hardened. An open mind says, “Oh, maybe, perhaps. I do not know.” Limited knowledge, and the conformity about it, makes a mind very hard.

Whenever you seem to understand a situation and you label it, “I know this is how it is,” that is the beginning of your problem. And always all problems arise from knowing but not from not knowing. If you do not1 know, your mind is open, you say “Oh, maybe, something, perhaps, don’t know.” You wait. You cannot label something when you do not know.

Whenever you think an injustice has been made to you, or whenever you think you are suffering, whenever you think you are a victim, whenever you think something bad has happened to you— all this falls under the category of “I know it. This is how things are.”

Whenever we attach a label “not good,” it comes from a thorough knowledge.

Suffering is a product of limited knowledge. A question is a sign of limited knowledge. But when there is an amazement— patience, joy, waiting, you are in a state of “I don’t know,” maybe, something, oh what is it?, I don’t know, something you cannot pinpoint— the whole life is a shift from the limited “I know” to all possibilities, to “maybe.”

When your mind is open for all possibilities, an event happens, and there could be many possibilities for that event to be that way, not just in the gross— some other reasons in the subtle also.

Suppose you walked into your room and you find that someone has made a big mess in your room. It has irritated you. You are grinding your teeth. Now you attach that reason, that cause for your anger, to just that person who is there. But there is something more happening, something more happening in the subtle. There has been some angry time and vibrations at that moment there. At that moment something else is in the air. But you could only see that person creating a mess around you. And you attribute all anger to that person. This is what limited knowledge does. Haven’t you experienced this sometime?

As we attach the events to individuals, the emotions to individuals, the cycle continues. You will never be free from that. So there is a step. First, detach that to the space or time. An event and emotion, detach it from the person and the event, to the space and time. This science is called astrology. Astrology is the knowledge of the oneness of the universe.
Source: Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

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